Category Archives: Lost and Found

To Heck With New York, I Am Off To Texas

  The title is a paraphrase of the Davy Crockett quote after he lost his election to Congress in his home state of Tennessee and then headed off to Texas and everlasting fame. In this case, it is four people … Continue reading

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Mildred’s Family Has Been Found

The picture you see above had been stored in a box for well over 50 years. It is from the collection of pictures and other items my wife, and I found when we cleaned out her parents home well over … Continue reading

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Mail Call 1945

  This is a continuation of my post Mail Call 1942 and Mail Call 1943. I would advise you to start reading in Mail Call 1942 to get the complete story. I purchased about 200 letters at an auction and … Continue reading

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Mail Call 1943

This posting is a continuation of Mail Call 1942. If you have not read that posting, I will advise that you should. This is a story of a family and their lost letters of World War Two. The end of … Continue reading

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MAIL CALL 1942

On February 23, 1942 a letter from Ilion, New York was mailed to Private George EndresĀ  at Camp Polk, Louisiana. George’s profession was teaching. However now he was trying to keep up with the whirlwinds of military life in war … Continue reading

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